The study has come against the backdrop of India's exports entering the negative zone after a gap of eight months in June.
Trump kicked off a trade war last year by slapping 25% duties on more than $250 bn of Chinese imports.
India is concerned about tension in West Asia because the country depends on imports for 80% of the oil it consumes.
“India has not accepted the US demand for rollback of tariff on almonds imported from America,” said one source familiar with the development.
The MOU involves setting up a multi-species aquaculture centre with the state government’s funding.
“India's bilateral relations with Iran, and the US stand on their own merit and are not influenced by relations between other countries,”Puri said.
It said DP World remains committed to India''s vision of ''Make in India'', and Dubai's ambition to remain the regions top trading hub and India''s gateway to global markets.
Guatemala is a major agricultural exporter in the world and it exports 70 per cent of its total sugar production.
Trade tensions between India and the US have been rising with Trump complaining on Twitter that tariffs imposed by New Delhi on American products were "no longer acceptable".
The reports provides an expert analysis of the current state of the relationship, including recent negotiations and recommendations for the path forward in the short, medium, and long-term.
Catches from the sea for export are mainly shrimps, squids and cuttle fish.
The US is looking to replace Chinese exports with Indian products in at least seven product lines.
Brazil, Australia and Guatemala have requested WTO dispute consultations with India regarding domestic support measures that it provides to its producers of sugarcane and sugar.
The duty was recommended by the ministry's investigation arm Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) after conducting a thorough probe, following a complaint from JSW Steel Coated Products Ltd.
Exports contract for first time in 9 months in June as US-China tariff war affects shipments.
Compared sequentially, the services exports during the month were up by 3.4 per cent from $18.06 billion in April 2019.
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